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Every August volunteers snorkel in underwater seagrasses in lower Tampa Bay looking for bay scallops. The Great Bay Scallop Search, hosted by Tampa Bay Watch, helps scientists track progress in restoring scallops to the bay.  Adults and kids of all ages love to float above the grasses...

Tampa Bay’s three ports – Tampa Bay, Manatee and St. Petersburg -- are vital to the region’s economy. Ships from around the world ply the bay’s manmade nautical highways, carrying petroleum products, fertilizer, citrus and tropical fruits, cruise passengers, and cargo shipped in containers like...

Thanksgiving at Shell Key...

Sitting under a tree on a beautiful day in Tampa Bay makes me feel at home...

Art and nature are windows to discovery for youth from Sulphur Springs, a once-blighted neighborhood near downtown Tampa that is slowly revitalizing. Community Steppingstones offers local students creative pathways to self-expression through programs linking the arts and sciences. Classes are free, thanks to grants from...

Diane Peebles’ art has graced the covers of sport-fishing magazines, numerous marine stamps and prints. She began painting at age 10 under the tutelage of prominent New Orleans landscape artists. After moving to St. Petersburg in 1982, she began a career as an illustrator, eventually...

When most kids were still using crayons, Noelle Malfa had already graduated to watercolors, impressing instructors at the Pasco Fine Arts Council where she enrolled in painting class at age six. “It was the only place that would take me at such a young age,”...